N.J. diocese bankruptcy filing creates uncertainty | Editorial

Amid the world-shaking news of recent days, the announcement that the Catholic Diocese of Camden has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection created fewer ripples than it might have at some other time.

This may well have played into the diocese’s desire for the faithful and the community to regard the event as a “nothing to see here; business as usual” one. After all, Americans have been busy sorting sort out another set of circumstances concerning the health of its president, where the smiley faces posted in official updates turned out not to be what they first seemed.


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  • Jt Peters
    commented 2020-10-10 13:38:50 -0500
    Far from broke.

    They dont want to dip in to the petty cash
    " zero tolerance for victims who talk" fund..
    After all that’s a bit of cash – even to them.
    5-6 BILLION$ so far…

    Delay – Delay – Delay…
    Media loses interest statute of limitations expire.. and business as usual..

    They are stealing millions from everywhere.
    Much of it coming directly from the parishioners who don’t realize they are funding a pedophile racket.

    https://www.npr.org/2020/07/10/889842694/reporter-on-catholic-church-getting-over-1-billion-in-coronavirus-aid
  • Zach Hiner
    published this page in News Story of the Day 2020-10-09 08:39:19 -0500

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